Friday, January 25, 2019

Charming Thank You

Hey there! 

It's been a while.  Those who have been following along for a bit, know that I had moved my mother into my home the beginning of December.  It's been an adventure.  Mom is super agreeable and easy going, but it is sure an adjustment - for both of us! I love my mom to pieces, and it's tough to watch her deal with the effects of aging.  I keep thinking I'm getting my bearings, only to have something else shift.  So, while I'm starting to get into the craft room a little more, I'm not sure quite how long it's going to take to get back to, or find a new, "normal".   I so appreciate you sticking with me through this. 

Today's card features one of my favorite dies that FSJ once offered as a hostess benefit.  Right now, you can find this Charming Thank You die set (along with a whole bunch of returning favorites - did you miss out on the Market Tote die set during it's original run?) on the Spellbinders shop.  I love this scripty die, and was thrilled to pull it out for another use.  (Links to all of the products used are at the bottom of the post.)

I die cut the sentiment three times from Pale Rose card stock, and then stacked the die cuts using the Ranger multi medium matte.  I added a coat of the Tonic Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Pen (LOVE!), for some fun sparkle.  I cut a piece of woodgrain card stock for my card front, and wrapped that with a strip of vellum.  A strip of Tin Pail Card stock, topped with a trimmed-down piece of sparkle washi tape, helped to "ground" the die cut.  Some scattered Nuvo Crystal Drops finished the card front, which I mounted, using foam tape, onto a Whip cream card base. 

Isn't that just the perfect pale pink and gray combo?!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
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